Serie A 2019/20 (44 Viewers)

Raphaël

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Apr 17, 2013
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Infantino said there will also be a football recession. Not surprising

Which makes the mercato talk of some newspapers ridiculous
Fabio to anticipate the competition paid 39 million a ginger before the crisis. It's a shame that Pogba and KDB will be available for 20 million each this summer because of the covid19.

:fab:
 
Jan 15, 2015
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Where are those people who bitched day and night about our club?
reporting in

It's the most embarrassing thing in the world that during the first discussions about potentially closed doors they didn't instantly pop out a communication offering ticket compensations.

JJ = cancer
0% mortality rate
100% cringe
 
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Feb 21, 2015
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"...Serie A gathered the patrons to discuss the possibility of resuming the campaign and on one side, you could find an optimistic Lazio boss, believing that there’s still hope for the season to end on the pitch.


“Have you seen the data? It’s going away! But I would know, I speak with the experts, the ones on the front line, not with the doctors of the football teams,” Lotito said, according to Tuttosport.

But Andrea Agnelli was not so sure and jokingly responded to the words of the Lazio patron "Of course, you have now become an expert virologist.”
 
Oct 28, 2010
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  • ALC

    ALC

Trump is right tho

There is no point to tank the entire economy and make 100mil americans unemployed only to save 1% boomers

It's selfish and irresponsible. Only ever the risk group should be quarantined instead of just collapsing the society
the problem is that those boomers are taking up hospital beds. That only works if you put em in a camp
 

MikeM

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Sep 21, 2008
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the problem is that those boomers are taking up hospital beds. That only works if you put em in a camp
The other problem is assuming the economy will just go back to normal and people will rush right back into their daily routine with a potentially deadly virus just circulating around the population.

No. Most likely they will stay home anyways.
 
May 23, 2011
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  • Vlad

    Vlad

Indeed, the mortality rate is estimated to be under 1%, since there are several times more unreported cases. It has gone too far, with all due respect for elderly some countries like mine are taking this as opportunity to turn into dictatorship, where they are forcing everyone to stay indoors and handing out draconic fines. Unfortunately we cannot print out money like USA does without severely impacting our currency, which already depreciated significantly. If this lasts a bit longer, Im expecting riots.
 

JuveJay

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Mar 6, 2007
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Indeed, the mortality rate is estimated to be under 1%, since there are several times more unreported cases. It has gone too far, with all due respect for elderly some countries like mine are taking this as opportunity to turn into dictatorship, where they are forcing everyone to stay indoors and handing out draconic fines. Unfortunately we cannot print out money like USA does without severely impacting our currency, which already depreciated significantly. If this lasts a bit longer, Im expecting riots.
Only under 1%? So let's say it was 0.9% mortality rate. Globally that's 70 million people. That's basically the amount of people who died during the entirety of World War 2. Kind of a big deal.

Also, the elderly are worst affected, but it isn't just affecting them. Each day you can read new stories of otherwise healthy people under 40 either dying or being on ventilators and medically-induced comas to stay alive. Without some measures the health system falls down. So you can take a "survival of the fittest, let's get back to work" mentality, but we'll see bodies in the streets and in people's houses, and that will also contribute to a societal breakdown.

The only real answer is staggered measures and a change in our social mentality. Evidently the latter isn't going to work.
 
Dec 21, 2012
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Only under 1%? So let's say it was 0.9% mortality rate. Globally that's 70 million people. That's basically the amount of people who died during the entirety of World War 2. Kind of a big deal.

Also, the elderly are worst affected, but it isn't just affecting them. Each day you can read new stories of otherwise healthy people under 40 either dying or being on ventilators and medically-induced comas to stay alive. Without some measures the health system falls down. So you can take a "survival of the fittest, let's get back to work" mentality, but we'll see bodies in the streets and in people's houses, and that will also contribute to a societal breakdown.

The only real answer is staggered measures and a change in our social mentality. Evidently the latter isn't going to work.
The thing is it's not additional 1% of people who are going to die. More than 99% of those who died in Italy had other illnesses. 75% at least two other illnesses. Meaning their lives were in constant danger regardless.

Stories... please. The average age of those who died of COVID-19 (they don't actually die of Covid but of their other illnesses) in Italy is 79.5 years. More than a human lives on average.

Corpses on the streets? 22k people worldwide died having this virus in like two months now and you're talking about corpses in the streets and houses?

Source: https://www.bloomberg.com/news/arti...-died-from-virus-had-other-illness-italy-says
 

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